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Dec 8, 2013 10:00pm EST
their way across the city. and terms of the scene on the ground, it is business as usual. traffic is moving better than it .ould on a normal weekday stay home and avoid the gridlock altogether. the question is what happens later today. the protesters say it is not enough that yingluck has decided to dissolve parliament and call elections. they want her to go. they want their own interim government to be installed. we will watch this story. >> we're getting these images coming from the government house where protesters are gathering. do we have any idea what will happen over the course of the rest of the day? >> it really is the unknown at this stage. protesters are contending on their way to the government house. the government has put back those barriers that they to go in last week to try to defuse some tension. restraint is the word here. yingluck says she does not want to see violence used against the protesters. that would not be ideal for anyone involved. we have a fresh memory of a few years ago of the deadly anti- government protest happened right here in the center of bangkok. some
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